This is an amazing park between Greenville and Mauldin, SC. There is a pond with many arms, all sorts of waterfowl, trees, etc.
Al and I like to ride around in the countryside bur occasionally stay closer to home. These are from a converted shopping center in Greenville, SC. I love the rhythm and shadows.
Here are some pictures that seem to go together by virtue of patterns.
Working through some new images it occurred to me that somehow these two image are in some odd way structurally related.
This is one our favorite places to photograph. It is on National Register of Historic Places and is the only extant, complete roller mill of its type remaining in SC.
These three images seem to be about shapes, patterns and colors and how they work in an image, least today.
The ubiquitous kudzu vine is a living fixture int the South of the USA and threatens to to engulf us all but is very attractive in an odd sort of way. I enjoy the forms it takes as it covers trees, etc and it provides a neat backdrop for runners.
Downtown Greenville is a great place to stroll and has a “big city” feel to it.